Media Confirmation of : Storm Ciara battered the U.K. and northern Europe with hurricane-force winds and heavy rains with damage to the infrastructure and the sea cargo in Great Britain – February 2020 – as predicted by Clairvoyant Dimitrinka Staikova in her book :
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Published February 6, 2020
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David Schwimmer ( CEO at London Stock Exchange Group ) – Clairvoyant / Psychic predictions January 15 , 2020 – by Clairvoyant House ” Dimitrinka Staikova and daughters Stoyanka and Ivelina Staikova ” – from Europe , Bulgaria ,Varna.
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……At the end of February 2020 are starting heavy storms – rain and snow and wind with damage to the infrastructure and the sea cargo. (MEDIA Confirmation)
The bread in England will have a bad quality , because of the humidity. There will be problems with the supplies coming from East – there will be playing of the shares on the Eastern market. A very strong roaring will be heard in England , accompanied with a sigh – the land and the sky are opening – before the coming of the Spring. March 2020 – I see problems with a famous media and a media tycoon….
Media Confirmation :
Hurricane-Force Winds and Heavy Rain Batter U.K. and Northern Europe – February 9, 2020
(LONDON) — Storm Ciara battered the U.K. and northern Europe with hurricane-force winds and heavy rains Sunday, halting flights and trains and producing heaving seas that closed down ports.
Two huge ports on either side of the English Channel, Dover in England and Calais in France, shut down operations amid high waves. Dover was partially reopened after being closed for 10 hours. Ferries stopped running there and across the region, including in the turbulent Irish Sea and North Sea.